- My go to newsletter read every morning! Fun to read quick digest about the latest in tech and business.
- A very informative daily newsletter covering the essential business and tech news of the day. Unique, easy-to-read tone and a great design. It's burgeoning insider group is also great place to spark discussions, be part of a community, and even find gigs!The Brew provides a comprehensive and informative analysis of what is happening. The key differentiator for me, is their colloquial language and ability to also break down the how and the why in an approachable way. This is great for those involved in the business world and as well as those working in other fields.Let's think about the essentials to a good newsletter- Creative Subject Lines ☑️ , tailored to a knowledgeable audience ☑️, frequent updates/communication ☑️, educational content ☑️, a user friendly layout ☑️, Personality ☑️, integration ☑️, conversational ☑️. MB is quite simply the best on the marketplace
- Best overview of recent developments in technology - great links to blog posts and Ben's always insightful take on the tech news of the last week. I read basically every single link in this newsletter.
- Well, I have personally collect the blogs I really enjoy, and use simple statistcs with Pocket data for some filtering. Not sure if this can be helpful to you. I also include the list I subscribe, at https://github.com/cqcn1991/Tech...
- Series F is always a welcome inbox present on Sunday mornings. If you're interested in the venture capital landscape, you will appreciate the quality mix of links + short commentary that @neilswmurray puts together each week.
I've been using Refind for a week or so and I have read so many good articles. The quality of the posts Refind finds is amazing.
Sometimes the amount of good links results in lower productivity :/ I'm working on this.
Kudos on the makers, this is a very useful tool.
Amazing app, keeps getting better. Superb design aesthetics, works in every browser. I miss a dedicated iphone/android app for refind.
- Great newsletter by MG Siegler. In his own words, he is using his newsletter for thoughts longer than 140 characters, otherwise it would be on Twitter, and on thoughts shorter than 500 words otherwise he would write a blogpost about it. It’s very interesting that he doesn’t only curate content he finds worth reading, but also includes important quotes and his personal opinions about certain subjects right inside the newsletter.